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'Geriatric Fairytale' wins short story contest

"Kiss Me: A Geriatric Fairytale" by Teressa Wilde won first place in the annual East Grand Forks Campbell Library Short Story Contest. Second place went to Michael L. Harvey for his "A Trip to Nowhere" and third to Jerry O'Connor for "Toilet Wate...

"Kiss Me: A Geriatric Fairytale" by Teressa Wilde won first place in the annual East Grand Forks Campbell Library Short Story Contest.

Second place went to Michael L. Harvey for his "A Trip to Nowhere" and third to Jerry O'Connor for "Toilet Water."

The Campbell Short Story contest is held each fall and is open to anyone 18 and older.

All entries are presented to the three independent judges without author identification. Glamorous Re-Runs Consignment Boutique sponsored the contest and provided prizes.

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